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Daniel Paul Vena, Ph.D.


University of Toronto, TorontoPhD03/2018Biomedical engineering


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  1. (Daniel Vena) Jan 1, 2020 - Dec 31, 2021
    Phenotyping from Polysomnography to Predict Sleep Apnea Response to Oral Appliance Therapy
    Role Description: Predict treatment response to oral appliances in patients with obstructive sleep apnea using phenotypic traits derived from routine polysomnography.
    Role: Principal investigator

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  1. Taranto-Montemurro L, Sands S, Azarbarzin A, Calianese N, Vena D, Hess L, Kim SW, White DP, Wellman A. Impact of cold and flu medication on obstructive sleep apnoea and its underlying traits: A pilot randomized controlled trial. Respirology. 2021 May; 26(5):485-492. PMID: 33491327.
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  2. Azarbarzin A, Sands SA, Younes M, Taranto-Montemurro L, Sofer T, Vena D, Alex RM, Kim SW, Gottlieb DJ, White DP, Redline S, Wellman A. The Sleep Apnea-specific Pulse Rate Response Predicts Cardiovascular Morbidity and Mortality. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2021 Jan 06. PMID: 33406013.
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  3. Vena D, Azarbarzin A, Marques M, Op de Beeck S, Vanderveken OM, Edwards BA, Calianese N, Hess LB, Radmand R, Hamilton GS, Joosten SA, Taranto-Montemurro L, Kim SW, Verbraecken J, Braem M, White DP, Sands SA, Wellman A. Predicting sleep apnea responses to oral appliance therapy using polysomnographic airflow. Sleep. 2020 07 13; 43(7). PMID: 32043131.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  4. Azarbarzin A, Sands SA, Taranto-Montemurro L, Vena D, Sofer T, Kim SW, Stone KL, White DP, Wellman A, Redline S. The Sleep Apnea-Specific Hypoxic Burden Predicts Incident Heart Failure. Chest. 2020 Aug; 158(2):739-750. PMID: 32298733.
    Citations: 5     Fields:    
  5. Taranto-Montemurro L, Messineo L, Azarbarzin A, Vena D, Hess LB, Calianese NA, White DP, Wellman A, Sands SA. Effects of the Combination of Atomoxetine and Oxybutynin on OSA Endotypic Traits. Chest. 2020 Jun; 157(6):1626-1636. PMID: 32006590.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.